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%. those that did said they're following the law. economists estimate the federal government loses $90 billion a year enough to fund california public schools and universities more than two years. or cover 206 days of military operations in afghanistan and iraq. this isn't the first time multi national companies have been the target of criticism for sheltering money oversea autos bottom line of our investigation is that some use our current tax system to engage in gimmicks to avoid paying taxes they ow ee. they take a look at how companies have become so efficient at avoiding taxes. hewlett-packard and microsoft testified they're among companies operated legally. >> they're properly legal tax avoidance. >> senator says congress is to blame creating a patch work of tax laws. >> they spend a lot of money with accountants to take advantage of every loophole that we have created. >> and they will continue to do so. there have been no changes in the law so far. many firms will benefit from a two year extension in a fiscal cliff deal that will cost the government more than $1.4 billion. >> h
attorneys and the council on american islamic relations are pushing back against the government version. this is two years ago. on friday he was arrested again outside of the bank of emergency on haggenberger road as he reportedly tried blow up a car bomb. his attorney came to court today to ask for more time so he can research whether or not the client needs a psychiatric evaluation this, afternoon his former defense attorney showed us documents from a 2011 conviction for transporting an assault weapon where a psychiatrist reported he had serious mental problems. >> the judge orders him to take his medications to be seen by a psychiatrist. or a therapist. >> in recent documents the agent described how he helped carry out the plot to blow up the bank providing buckets of fake explosives, an suv, and after he bought cell phones and a battery and an led light the agency assembled the parts into what they were told was a >> it's been a smarts use of fbi resources to spend six months or a year convincing these impaired individuals to try to carry out these acts. >> the director of the bay a
counts of forgery of a government i did. and... finally two misdemeanor counts of possession of a loaded firearm in a vehicle. >> investigator search the property and are identifying and cataloging every substance they can find in and around the house. police report and other documents have been sealed by the court because of the nature of the case. bashham attempted to speak during his court appearance. he was silenced by his attorney and will remain in county jail until thursday. he will have the opportunity to enter a plea. the prosecutor says she will argue for high bail because of the right after this tok public safety. a spokesman says there is no set timetable when their work will be completed. >> part of the process is making the residence safe another part going to be putting the puzzle together. >> the fire department have left the scene however there is a possibility some investigators may continue working throat the weekend. in santa clairea, abc 7 news. >> two men are recovering after being attacked by hatchet wielding robbers during a home invasion. police say three men bro
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